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Topic # 83401 16-May-2011 11:26
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  Reply # 469558 16-May-2011 11:34
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Haha @ Kevin waving




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  Reply # 469563 16-May-2011 11:44
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Oh, come on! I thought you folks would be jumping on a plane to Auckland, driving to Datacom Albany data centre and checking in there, before coming back all the way ;)





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  Reply # 469569 16-May-2011 11:55
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so what does 3min 14sec convert to in ms, seems like a pretty high ping to me :p




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  Reply # 469626 16-May-2011 13:32
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valtam: so what does 3min 14sec convert to in ms, seems like a pretty high ping to me :p


The ping speed would vary a lot during peek times, also the number of red lights etc.

This looks like the same network osama was using :-)
 

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  Reply # 469788 16-May-2011 18:00
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1. router 0.0% 27 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.0
2. ???
3. lo0.internet.ivpn.pe22.telstraclear.net 0.0% 27 12.4 18.3 9.5 113.6 19.6
4. ge-2-0-0-906.ie2.telstraclear.net 0.0% 27 25.0 34.4 21.8 203.9 35.0
5. ggis-gige-v906.telstraclear.net 0.0% 27 23.6 26.1 22.0 64.2 8.0
6. g0-1-0-4.akcr8.global-gateway.net.nz 0.0% 27 24.2 26.2 22.3 38.9 4.5
7. ae2-10.tkcr4.global-gateway.net.nz 0.0% 26 30.8 25.2 22.3 32.5 2.6
8. orcon-dom.tkcr4.global-gateway.net.nz 0.0% 26 24.5 25.8 22.7 52.8 5.7
9. xe-1-0-0.cre1.nct.orcon.net.nz 0.0% 26 23.4 29.4 22.9 70.3 10.8
10. 60.234.20.46 0.0% 26 25.5 26.3 23.0 33.9 2.9
11. ???
12. mail.geekzone.co.nz 0.0% 26 25.2 28.1 23.9 44.8 4.9


Can I request some snaps of hops 2 and 11? ;)




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  Reply # 469790 16-May-2011 18:04
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valtam: so what does 3min 14sec convert to in ms, seems like a pretty high ping to me :p


The ping speed would vary a lot during peek times, also the number of red lights etc.

This looks like the same network osama was using :-)
 


you're onto it ;)




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  Reply # 469806 16-May-2011 18:28
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DonGould: Can I request some snaps of hops 2 and 11? ;)


I think you missed the joke. The "ping" discussion is not actually for network ping, but the "travel time" in that movie... 




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  Reply # 469807 16-May-2011 18:33
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freitasm: I think you missed the joke. The "ping" discussion is not actually for network ping, but the "travel time" in that movie... 


Sorry.... I posted in the middle of the joke with out actually looking much at what was going on....  my post really was just a random thought at the OPs post and video.... 

...the whole video was a bit random to me frankly....  I missed the shot of a massive server with a big GZ sticker on it :)





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  Reply # 469896 16-May-2011 22:34
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I really enjoyed the video, love looking inside exchanges, network rooms, datacenters etc its geekalicious :)




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  Reply # 470402 18-May-2011 09:03
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I thought that was quite a cool as video! Nice one!

valtam: I really enjoyed the video, love looking inside exchanges, network rooms, datacenters etc its geekalicious :)


I do too... :)




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  Reply # 470408 18-May-2011 09:32
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Very cool.




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  Reply # 470410 18-May-2011 09:38
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One thing that does worry me being a Telstra Clear  customer, the center at Seaview , Wellington is smack in the Tsunami flood zone.

http://www.gw.govt.nz/assets/Emergencies--Hazards/Tsunami-Maps/13lower-hutt.pdf 




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  Reply # 470743 18-May-2011 20:18
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My question is how could you start in West Karori, via a couple of tagged cabinets (wished the taggers were standing in front of them holding their hands in a funny position <rofl>) and out to Seaview to TCL NOC and back into Featherston St?? Where did Geekzone figure in that "traceroute" :)





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  Reply # 470746 18-May-2011 20:23
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My question for all IT folks - if one of those cables failed in the server room, how in the world would you know which one?

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